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Friday, June 23, 2006
Screw You, Party

I know some people love Party for the fish, and make good money there, but I won’t be playing there again. Not that I was really playing there before, either.

Dear geekandproud,

Our records show that that you have not logged in to your account for 180 days.

A$$.28 administration fee* has been charged to your inactive account. The next charge will be deducted from you account balance on: 22-Jul-2006.

However, this fee will NOT be charged if your account, or any related account, is reactivated on or before 21-Jul-2006.

Reactivating your account is easy: Just log in and place a cash wager, enter a tournament with a cash entry fee, or play a raked hand.

*TERMS & CONDITIONS If you do not access your Account by “logging on” to your Account using your Account name and password for any period of 180 days, then after those 180 days (the “180 day grace period”) your Account (and any related account with any ESP) will be deemed “Inactive”. If your Account becomes Inactive, then the Company is entitled to charge you an administrative fee (the “Inactive Account Fee”). The Inactive Account Fee shall be deducted from your Account Balance at the end of each calendar month in accordance with the Inactive Account Fee Schedule. We will stop deducting the Inactive Account Fee from your Account Balance if your Account is re-activated.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Our Customer Care team is available 24/7.


Party Team


Of course, those links are still affiliate links. I wonder how they’ll take $0.28 out of my account when my balance is $0.00.

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Comment by Pokerwolf
2006-06-26 05:27:02

They’ll take it out of your next deposit, I’m betting. They can set up a flag on your account or something that automatically deducts the charge.

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